With the rise of social unrest and discontent within Iran and with the escalation of the regime’s rift with the international community, the Iranian diaspora and communities across Europe and the US will be holding rallies in major capitols to voice their support for the Iranian resistance and call for a firm policy in face of the ruling theocracy baring the message that it is due time to recognize the Iranian people’s inalienable right to resist in face of the religious fascism ruling Iran.
In solidarity with nationwide protests and unrest in the past year, the events will be in form of rallies, representing the out-pour of support for the Iranian people in their struggle for freedom and democracy, with one joint message:
Solidarity with the Iranian Resistance & People’s Uprising
Join us in the Solidarity March for a Free Iran
Brussels – June 15th
On June 15th Brussels, the European Capital will be the host of the Free Iran Rally, calling on the European Union and member states not to invest their hope in a regime on the verge of collapse and recognize the will of the Iranian people and their aspirations for the overthrow of the regime and a free Iran.
Washington D.C. – June 21st
Iranian-Americans will assemble from across the US in Washington, DC in welcoming a firm stance and decisive policy taken up by the US government in face of the Iranian regime putting an end to the policy of appeasement. Thousands will join the rally to voice their support for the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) as the sole viable democratic alternative to the mullahs’ rule. While shedding light and denouncing the Iranian regime’s terrorist plots and the defamation and demonetization campaign targeting the Iranian resistance, in effort to steer the adoption of a firm and decisive policy against this regime.
Berlin – July 6
The German capital, Berlin will be host to the rally of thousands of freedom loving Iranians, supporters of a free Iran.
While voicing support for the Iranian resistance, participants will raise concerns on the dire human rights situation in Iran, the plight of thousands of political prisoners, the violation of civil liberties and draw attention to the plight of a nation which has been plundered by the ruling mullahs and their apparatus. Iranian communities throughout Germany will once more reiterate that the future of Iran must be decided by the people of Iran, in such critical times it is necessary to remind the international community that there is only one solution to the Iran puzzle, and that is to support the Iranian people and their resistance to bring about democratic change. There is an alternative to foreign intervention and the policy of appeasement, and that is the third option set forth by Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the NCRI